Chocolate Greek yogurt and cinnamon vanilla yogurt are layered together in popsicle molds and spotted with chocolate graham crackers – in the shapes of cows and spots, no less! – to create a unique and satisfying treat that both kids and adults will love. These Snickerdoodle Spotted Cow Yogurt Pops are a perfect snack any time of day.
I don’t know about anyone else, but if you have children, some days it feels like all you do is feed them. (Okay, really that’s most days.) Breakfast. Snack. Lunch. Snack. Dinner. Five times a day they’re eating. Trying to keep options that are different and fun instead of the same ol’ thing can be tricky. These Snickerdoodle Spotted Cow Yogurt Pops definitely make snack time easier for this mama as they’re prepped in advance and fun for my menagerie as they have a few surprises inside.
I think these popsicles took all of 15 minutes to create one evening after I got everyone to bed. Well, it might’ve taken a few minutes more as the chocolate yogurt concoction had to be taste tested multiple times to insure it was juuuust right. You know, quality control and all. Honestly though, these pops are so easy that they’re both kid friendly to eat and to create. Perfect for my 7 year-old the budding chef!
Chocolate Greek yogurt and cinnamon vanilla yogurt are layered together in molds and spotted with chocolate graham crackers – in the shapes of cows and spots, no less! – to create a unique and satisfying treat that both kids and adults will love. In fact, they were so well loved in my house that more than once there was bickering at the freezer door as to who was going to get the last one. A sign of a truly great treat! You’ll love what happens to the Horizon Organics Chocolate Snack Grahams within the yogurt once frozen. They absorb moisture from the yogurt which changes their texture into something more like cookies within ice cream. SO. GOOD.
Move over old school pudding popsicles! These Snickerdoodle Spotted Cow Yogurt Pops are the way to go for a cool, fun snack any time of day.
This conversation is sponsored by Horizon. The opinions and text are all mine.